The Parker project was a Danish demonstration project focused at Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI). The primary aim of the project was to demonstrate that contemporary electrical vehicles could participate in advanced smart grid services including the use of Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G). Parker builds on two previous projects, the EDISON and Nikola projects, which already laid the foundation for understanding the electric vehicle’s potential in supporting the power system. The project utilized a number of contemporary electric vehicles and V2G DC chargers provided by its industrial partners and used them to carry out a number of tests and demonstrations in PowerLabDK - an experimental platform for power system research. Further, the project partnered with the world’s first commercial pilot (the Frederiksberg Forsyning V2G hub) where electric vehicles provided frequency containment reserve, located in greater Copenhagen. The project used the above assets to investigate three key topics: grid applications, grid readiness as well as scalability and replicability.